Monday, October 10, 2011

Thematic Photographic 166 - Triangular


Good things come in threes
Quebec City, QC, July 2011

I think we're in for a pretty interesting week with this theme. I chose it because it's simple, and the planet's been anything but simple in recent weeks. So while Athens burns and Wall Street gets occupied, I invite you to take a few minutes to share a triangular view of your world.

Your turn: Take a picture that includes a triangle - or even suggests one - and post it to your blog or website. Already got one online? That'll work, too. Leave a comment here letting folks know where to find it. Visit other participants and feel free to return as often as you wish throughout the week. Thematic Photographic is our weekly photo theme sharingfest, and we're always happy to welcome more Thematicaddicts to the fray. For more details on how Thematic works, click here.

21 comments:

Kalei's Best Friend said...

Dude!, you almost stumped me! lol... here is mine :http://afreshstartwithkalei.blogspot.com/2011/10/tp-166-triangular.html

A Paperback Writer Photos said...

This was a hard one for me. I tend to like round shapes more.

But here you go:

http://apaperbackwriterphotos.blogspot.com/2011/10/photo-non-contest-166-triangular.html

Karen S. said...

What a fascinating building, I would surely tour this building, and you captured each window in it's glory...Is it a federal building or something similar? Can't wait to see the others, mine is here

http://twincitiesblather.blogspot.com/2011/10/thematic-photographic-166-triangular.html

Gilly said...

Oh, I just love that roof! It reminds me of the roofs I saw in Bruges - could it be there? Anyway, my offering is here

dean said...

I remembered one I took about a year and a half ago. It took me a while to find it. It's not one of my best, I don't think, but it does fit the theme.

fredamans said...

Lovely rooftop!

http://fredamans.blogspot.com/2011/10/thematic-photographic-triangular.html

Bob Scotney said...

A traingle or two or?
http://bobscotney.blogspot.com/2011/10/triangular-thematic-photography.html

Mike Burnett said...

Look carefully, and great grand-daddy's moustaches form a triangle.

Any interaction between three people often appear to be shaped around the triangle. One or two more and the number expands

http://mike-burnett.blogspot.com/2011/09/sepia-saturday-91-triangles-in.html

Tina´s PicStory said...

ok, here is my triangular:
http://tinaspicstory.blogspot.com/2011/10/31-days-11.html
i like the house :)

Aunt Snow said...

What an amazing photo for the theme!!!

Now i have to go find some triangles!

dennisthemennis.co.uk said...

nice shot ... sunny we have been having family discussions about triangles, were not boring tho honest ...

http://dennisthemennis.blogspot.com/2011/10/triangle.html

Jim said...

Fun with triangles? OK, it’s playtime everybody.

Titanium said...

Simple, yet as complex as spherical trigonometry. Concept themes are my very favorite! This latest one allowed me to explore photography within a given day and triangulate the people, places, things and all that falls between.

Limar said...

Hi Carmi! Really love your roof! Well, I guess it's not 'your' roof, but you know what I mean :D Here's my triangle: http://zestoflemons.blogspot.com/2011/10/tasty-triangle.html
And thank you for always having the nicest comments :)

Aeria said...

Beautiful series of triangles on the roof- love the patterning.

The idea of triangles jangled around in my head all week. I finally pinned it down.

http://aeria-wordsinflight.blogspot.com/2011/10/good-things-come-in-threes-thematic.html

Max said...

Took me a while, but thanks to the inspiration of some of the great pictures I saw here, I finally came up with some. See them here.

Karen S. said...

Carmi, am I right in thinking that the latest TP photo you posted is part of this building? A part of me hopes so, but another part of me hopes this latest photo is someone's dream house! I just had to begin my weekend with one more TP post!

http://twincitiesblather.blogspot.com/2011/10/thematic-photographic-166-triangular_14.html

Buff said...

Hey Carmi - it is a bit of a stretch, but I can use a recent post to show triangles. If you look here you will see in the second image a little row of 5 triangles. Enjoy!

Barb said...

In moving files into a new computer I got wrapped up in looking at photos I haven't seen in years. Well, with triangles on my mind I these photos took on all new shapes, so to speak. So here are a few San Diego shots.

Alexia said...
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Alexia said...

Humphh! I go on holiday and miss out on all the fun of a great theme - but I have really enjoyed following all of the links and seeing everyone's great triangle photos!